- Jan 2, 2014
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|System Name||Coffeelake the Zen Destroyer|
|Motherboard||ASUS ROG MAXIMUS X FORMULA|
|Cooling||Cooled by EK|
|Memory||RGB DDR4 4133MHz CL17-17-17-37|
|Video Card(s)||GTX 780 Ti to future GTX 1180Ti|
|Storage||SAMSUNG 960 PRO 512GB|
|Display(s)||ASUS ROG SWIFT PG27VQ to ROG SWIFT PG35VQ|
|Case||Cooler Master HAF X Nvidia Edition|
|Power Supply||COOLER MASTER 1KW Gold|
|Software||MICROSOFT Redstone 4|
|Benchmark Scores||Cine Bench 15 single performance 222|
Thank god some teamblue guys keep buying overpriced power hungry (was it +80Watt over 3700x?) Intel chips.
Else we'd have shortages of Ryzens, hehe.
It's about us guys with Intel 300 series boards doing a 8700K trade in for 9900KS and having a faster than 3800X CPU.
I'm "Cooled by EK" why do I have to worry about Watts?
Anyone who has an Intel 300 board can drop in 9900KS (4GHz/5GHz) and have factory binned CPU that's cheaper than silicon Lottery performance.
9900KS is not for anyone but only for a few guys that want untouchable bragging rights performance.
Anyone that gets there hands on a 8086K and 9900KS have the fastest 6&8 cores CPUs ever made.
Limited Edition & Special Edition
There not for the everyone, if you want cheaper less Watts set up next generation consoles level then 3700X and 5700 is minimal. If you want faster than next generation consoles then get 3800X and 5700 XT.
If you want a crazy fast PC then get 3900X/3950X and Radeon 7 or the fastest 8 cores CPU and GPU money can buy 9900KS and 2080 Super setup.
Quad channels and TU102 are above all that. So just buy what you can afford.
People are very upset not having 8086K & 9900KS top performance, so they talk about what they do have better prices and less Watts.
Sorry I meant 5.3GHz AVX-25.3 ghz is awfully optimistic... especially without an avx offset.
9900KS is only at best 200MHz over 9900K best all cores 5.1GHz OC.
Yes you're right